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Breaking the glass ceiling one creative move at a time

Ayah LeBrane

Cinema, music, theatre and dance all have one thing in common: storytelling. Whether it's through a heart-felt performance on screen or a mesmerizing dance routine on stage, it is art forms like these that allow the audience and the creators themselves to be deeply impacted by the stories told. 

But for these four UO students, art is much more than that. For them, it's about creating a space to express themselves freely, and taking what they have learned from their personal experiences to make positive changes in their creative industries and pave the way for future generations.  

Lights, Camera, Action! 

Growing up in Los Angeles for most of her life, UO junior Ayah LeBrane was surrounded by and drawn to the magic of film. However, it wasn't until she moved to Las Vegas during her senior year of high school that she realized she wanted to pursue a career in screenwriting. 

Seat Available: Into to Narrative Cinema Production

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October 4th is the last day to add a class for fall term 2021

Do you need to add a class for fall term? A seat is available in CINE 270:  Intro to Narrative Cinema Production. Taught by Masami Kawai, this course focuses on learning the basics of film production and explores the processes of pre-production, production, and post-production. Read below for the full course description and class times.

Cinema Studies Accepting Applications for 2021-22 Social Media Student Assistant

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Cinema Studies is accepting applications for a social media student assistant for the 2021-22 academic year

Deadline to Apply:  8:00 a.m. Monday, October 18, 2021

The qualified student will have experience in using social media to promote and expand engagement for a company, club, or organization. Excellent writing and time management skills, as well as experience managing projects, are required for this position. Responsibilities are largely completed independently and online.

Cinema Studies is accepting applications for student Lab Monitors for the 2021-22 academic year

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Deadline to Apply:  Thursday, September 2, 2021 at 8:00 am (PDT)

The student Lab Monitor works in the Cinema Studies Lab located in 267 Knight Library. Their primary duties are managing the lab space and providing assistance for students using computers during open lab times. The Lab Monitor’s other responsibilities include routine cleaning and disinfecting of the space, trouble shooting computer issues, interpreting policies, assisting students with production software, and other routine duties.

COMIC-CON BEGINS: Origin Stories of the San Diego Comic-Con and the Rise of Modern Fandom

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Research for a new six-part podcast on the history of the San Diego Comic-Con is provided by Cinema Studies Associate Professor Erin Hanna. The podcast includes interviews with Hanna and research from her latest book: Only at Comic-Con: Hollywood, Fans, and the Limits of Exclusivity.

Weekly episodes begin June 22, 2021.

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